Best practices embedding quality in devOPS using Selenium
Most teams would consider quality activities in cycle as a burden that will cause delays and extra work. The outcome is buggy releases to market, negative impact on the product brand and the business.
In reality, Selenium and other open source components make for a fantastic framework to establish solid, reliable test automation. Being able to achieve the necessary coverage reliably is realistic. Fast feedback loop enables developers to correct defects within minutes of code commit, optimizing time spend by devs. These tools can be used from the requirements/design at the initiation of the sprint, through coding, to include production availability and responsiveness.
In this session Amir Rozenberg, director of product at Perfecto, will offer best practices in placing this methodology in place. The audience will learn:
- What are the main challenges for organizations transforming their test practice into agile?
- How to break old notions and put an agile quality process in place? what are the technological and organizational changes that would assist in this transition?
- What are some success and failure stories from real world examples: hotel chain, health insurance company and top retailer
Outline/Structure of the Talk
This will be a talk combined of slides, code samples and demos, and real world examples of how the lessons have been implemented, successfully or not.
- What's blocking organizations from modernizing their test strategy into agile development cycles
- What are best practices in terms of tools, process and organizational structure to achieve quality agility
- What are some real world examples to demonstrate success or partial failure in attempts to implement quality in devOPS
Dev and QA leads, practitioners, developers
Prerequisites for Attendees
Selenium, testing practices
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